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"<a href="https://www.artistsforconservation.org/virtual-exhibit/16754/artist/15475/artwork/sounds-sea-and-shore-19560">Sounds of Sea and Shore</a>" by Kimberly Wurster | United States

Sounds of Sea and Shore

Wallhanging by Kimberly Wurster
11.50" H x 20.50" W
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Artist will donate 15% to Cornell Lab of Ornithology and 25% to AFC from sale of this work.
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Price: $1,800 USD
While collecting shorebird reference on a cool, overcast winter day in Bandon, Oregon, I saw these Sanderlings racing after the waves, pausing to probe for prey hidden in the wet sand. Although Sanderlings are still considered fairly common, some surveys show troubling declines of up to 80 percent since the early 1970s. Their breeding, migratory and wintering habitats are at risk from coastal pollution, development and other forms of habitat loss. I felt inspired to portray these birds as they were on that day, for they seemed to be thriving in their natural environment.



Sounds of Sea and Shore | Wallhanging by Kimberly Wurster | Artists for Conservation 2021

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